A “solar room” in downtown Phoenix, Arizona acts as a location from where a utility can monitor the status of renewable energy plants across the state.
The 100 MW Quartzsite solar energy project in Arizona moves one step closer to reality after approval by federal officials.
The first phase of Phoenix’s PHX Sky Train, a free automatic system connecting light rail, Sky Harbor’s East Economy Parking and Terminal Four, is now running.
The airport in Phoenix is getting an environmentally friendly shuttle train, called PHX Sky Train, that will reduce bus trips and emissions.
A proposed Arizona law would prohibit the state and political subdivisions from implementing the United Nations Rio Declaration on Environment and Development.
Cronkite News reports on how the federal government has designated Arizona public land with renewable power potential.
Cronkite News reports on how jobs in the solar industry, particularly in sunny Arizona, look to be on the uptick.
Cronkite News takes a look at a new report which suggests Arizona could save billions in electrical costs if local utilities ramp up energy-efficiency incentives.
Cronkite News reports on how solar energy officials see a bright future, but feel they still need help to get there.
Cronkite News reports on how a recent report by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy moved Arizona up in the rankings in terms of energy-efficiency policies.
Cronkite News reports on data which suggests Arizona is on track to be a major player in the domestic solar energy market.